What is Interbasin?

Interbasin definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
a circular container with a greater width than depth, becoming smaller toward the bottom, used chiefly to hold water or other liquid, especially for washing.
any container of similar shape, as the pan of a balance.
the quantity held by such a container: We need another basin of water to dilute the mixture.
a natural or artificial hollow place containing water.
a partially enclosed, sheltered area along a shore, often partly man-made or dredged to a greater depth, where boats may be moored: a yacht basin.
Geology. an area in which the strata dip from the margins toward a common center.

Physical Geography. a hollow or depression in the earth’s surface, wholly or partly surrounded by higher land: river basin. drainage basin.

Botany. the depression in an apple, pear, or other pome at the end opposite the stem.